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    June 5, 2013
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scene fire that killed five women will be live with the answer. >> the corruption arrest of a politician leads to new charges in a dirty tricks campaign. tonight the victim of a phony flyer. >> san francisco district attorney calls a smart phone summit. a new attempt to quash an epidemic of street crimes now known as apple picking. >> a computer the size of a credit card. sit allow you to apply technology to almost anything. when this limousine caught
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fire, killing five people, nobody could say what caused it. tonight abc 7 news can. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. >> this story we first broke on abc 7 news at 5:00 is getting attention tonight particularly from the chp. their report has not yet been released but we're about to show you what their investigation found caused that tragedy. vic lee is live with the story only on abc 7 news. vic? >> well, dan it was a mechanical failure that caused the fire. an air spring somehow cracked and ruptured. now, mechanics call this a balloon because it sort of looks like a balloon. and it deflates like a balloon when there is a hole in is apparently what happened that may evening. five women died when they were engulfed in flames inside of the limo. this video shows the fire started in the rear of the stretch limo. investigators have been
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examining the charred wreck in redwood city. abc 7 news learned that the air springs somehow ruptured, setting off a domino affect that led to the fire. the owner of royal auto repair services limousines explains the sequence of events. >> these are air springs so when one has a rupture on it, the car drops down to almost all of the tire autos that is why witnesses say the back was will he tt ground moving across the bridge. >> when the car drops down, this will be hitting this spot here. that creates friction. >> that night it did carry a heavier load. there are nine aboard. one more than the permit allowed.
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>> the car would be jumping like a horse. if there is a load it bottom hits the ground. i think that is what happened. the car bounced down too hard and ended up hitting the gas tank here. hit the tank. you can see it created a spark. the spark here and a fuel going down. >> now after the story aired chp tweeted it's investigation is not over yet. the chp knows what caused this fire criminal aspect of the investigation continues. that involves the san mateo county district attorney what who who wants to know if there was criminal negligent involved in the maintenance that have limo. >> thank you. >> state utility regulators
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facing accusations from the city of san bruno stemming from a probe into the pipeline blast. city officials blaem the -- claim the california public utilities commission reassigned lawyers forced them to resign, or fired them. >> disarray inside troubles us greatly. we're concerned a just outcome can be obtained at this point. >> cpuc saying those attorneys asked to be reassigned to other matters and requests were granted. pg&e faces two and a quarter billion dollars in proposed penalties. >> some developing news from the east bay. a mother injured in a crash that killed her 3-year-old son also died. the car slammed in a tree yesterday in fremont. the driver gilbert gill lost control. police say he was
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speeding. his wife rescued from the wreckage but she died at the hospital today. their 3-year-old son was thrown from the car. gilbert gill remains in stable condition tonight. >> some tense moments near a hayward school. officers conducted a search for a gunman after officers witnessed a shooting. police blocked off streets and locked down the school as a precaution. >> a woman who contracted hepatitis a says she was trying to get into better shape by eating more are healthful foods. she used berries to make smoothies several times this may after a couple weeks she started showing signs of illness. and doctors ran tests and determined she was suffering from hepatitis a.
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howard says she feels much better and says she has in plans to sue costco or the oregon company behind the berry autos it sucks i got sick and other people got sick and maish the company will take more precaution. i don't have bad feelings. it's a part of life. >> howard is the third person in the bay area to contract hepatitis a from eating those ber yeez. there are nowted caseseve state. >> a disgraced supervise swror facing a new charge tonight. he is accused now of sending out misleading political flyers designed to help a former aide's campaign. david? >> well, dan, he may be facing more jail time than the one year he's expected to receive from a judge friday afternoon. it was skin cells or is a lifa
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that links him to a mailer intended to turn voters against a city council candidate. >> happy those responsible for illegal mailer that's were sent out three years ago will be brought to justice. >> she remembers a blow to the campaign for city council when this so called hit piece arrived in mailboxes. her photo next to the photo of communist vietnam. an afront to many vietnamese imgranlts. dna lifted from a postage stamp and never matched until george s him. rakowa junior was arrested on charges of misusing public funds. >> a dna sample was collected that. dna sample was then uploaded into state and national data bases. >> he was backing her opponent
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who had been one of his aids. she lost by 20 votes and runnoff by less than 400. >> when voters are misled their ability to make an informed decision to act upon freedoms is badly and wrongly subverted. >> that kind of political activity can sour voters on the election process. >> when we see corruption and corruption claims made it just contributes to mistrust he said those responsible deserve to be brought to justice. >> i was surprised something as simple as a stamp could have tumbled the dynasty of corruption. absolutely.
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>> use aring dna may serve as a few tour deterrent for those thinking about political dirty trick autos thank you. >> more than 1.5 million americans reportedthieves stole their cell phones lawmakers are meeting next week for what the da is calling a cell phone summit. carolyn? >> well, the d.a.says there are legal tool thats are that could be used to force cell phone carriers to play a role in the theft. and he hopes to make changes out of a sechbs social responsibility to end a growing crime wave. >> i saw my calendar, my contacts. all of -- e mails my life is in that phone. >> that explains why he tried
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to fight off two men who stole his iphone in san francisco castro neighborhood. he ended up beaten and bruised. half of the robberies in the city involve cell flonz is a simple solution. according to the district attorney. >> that if this phone can be rendered inoperable once stolen the market value no longer there he says technology exists and now he, and new york state attorney general are pressuring a remote kill switch on stolen phones. police chiefs sent this letter to the federal communications commission. gaszone says samsung is stepping up response has been from nothing out of google or microsoft to you know, with
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apple initially was a disingenious response. >> none responded today. but a spokesperson for the cell phone industry points to a data base they've created. saying more countries and carriers around the world participate in the data base, criminals will have fewer outlets for their stolen devices the head of the san francisco tech company, lookout will attend the so called smart phone summit next week to offer advice. >> there is everything of discussions from black lists but there are interesting thing that's might be done we need to explore. >> and the company lookout urges caution on that. one approach is a free app
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that sends an e mail to you, they say it has helped solve cases. >> thank you so much. >> still head here tonight on abc 7 news surrounded by crime what one east bay enclave is doing to keep the violence i oakland from spilling over the border. >> and a developer wants to give the city a free neighborhood park. why city hall is saying no thanks. >> our end of the week warm up begins tomorrow, the spots will sizzle in the accu-weather forecast in just a moment. >> and the annual bocci tournament after 15 years beginning to develop into a habit. ♪
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there are pictures taken bit lake county news of a wildfire burning in lake county right now. burning at least 25 acres if clear lake park area. people say they can see the smoke for miles. the fire started this afternoon and threatened homes for a time. piedmont is investing money into a new program designed to protect people who live there from a growing crime threat. as abc news explains some want to know who is driving in and out of the city.
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>> i was ambivalent first. >> but not anymore n 13 years he's seen the community change. >> and he says most of it seems to target certain areas. >> if you happen to live on the area you're, you are a good target and that has been the experience. >> but now, there will be more iz watching. the city council approved a plan to purchase and install cameras like ones that will capture license plate attached to vehicles moving in, and out of piedmont. >> this is just another piece of technology out there. >> there will be more than a dozen locations the cost just shy of several hundred
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thousand dollars. >> property. >> cameras only one part of a three-pronged approach including partnering with other agencies. some fear too much is into areas of privacy concern autos it's public property and space. we should be able to move in and out. >> the technology has been new. other cities used the leaders before. officials tell me that official information will be destroyed unless part of an official investigation. they have not said when cameras will go up. >> and oakland police making a public appeal for main considered armed and dangerous to turn himself n police say the 26-year-old jammar cleveland went on a shooting and car jacking spree that
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started when he shot an ex-girlfriend then car jacked three vehicles, shooting one driver and kidnapping another. there is one car speeding away. >> we're asking for himto turn himself in or anyone when may know where he might be to provide that information. >> authorities are not releasing a description of the vehicle. >> a vacant victorian house may be torn down after a second fire guts that building. blowing smoke slowed traffic on interstate and another fire broke out here in january. the house was built in 1896. >> we can't just demolish it. it's a historical building.
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and city won't let us demolish it. we've been trying to board it up and get people out of it. >> police say the fire was started by squatters they think squatters may be responsible for today's fire. >> on to weather. nice out there. but breezy. >> yes. >> yes. things will be warming up. and it is live doppler 7. some low clouds around the coastline. fog will be pushing across the bay and locally inland tonight. a live view in emeryville. you can see low clouds and fog there and 62 across the bay in oakland. 55 in half moon bay. another live v from our
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camera over the bay. 69 in livermore, now, looking at kout downtown san francisco skyline here at abc 7 we'll see the forecast features overnight tonight. we'll see fog, low clouds again moving not only just locally inland but reaching many inland areas from the coast. reaching many inland locations across the bay. mild to warm conditions will preserve and we'll have hot inland conditions on friday and saturday. high temperatures soaring well into 90s. we have a beach advisory to tell you about for south-facing beaches. there might be a good idea to stay away from the shore line now. fog patterns show that there
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with were area that's got sunshine but cloudy and foggy along the coast and sunny inland has been the pattern that is typical late sing, early summer patterned. low pressure going to compress that marine layer. for the week head our projected high temperatures in livermore shows the heat peaking on friday and saturday. mid-90s then dropping off sunday and into the week. the peak of the will occur into saturday. overnight tonight mild again and foggy. tomorrow, south bay highs up to about 79 in san jose. 84 in los gatos.
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downtown san francisco, 65 degrees tomorrow, highs from 78 to 79. east bay highs 72, oakland. highs into mid to upper 80s and livermore and here is the accu-weather forecast. upper 90s inland and then, temperatures dropping sunday and by monday, tuesday, wednesday, we'll have high temperatures below after rej levels so it's a roller coaster ride. >> yes. >> thank you. >> just ahead here down side [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t..
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freeways. a report shows traffic congestion has increased 25% in the san jose area. san jose now ranks 7th most-congested city in america, number 28 in the world. san francisco worse since the number three most congested city of 25% since last year. researcher as tribute to more people driving to work. >> a viral video has inspired a new film appearing in the week's san francisco documentary film festival showing a high school runner crawl together finish line. her inspiration coach, jim tracy just diagnosed with lou gehrig's disease, he's still coaching and his drive inspired the documentary running for ji which polls him from the track to the doctor.
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>> let's move through, come on, hurry up. >> in an open, open. blast it. go. go. go. that is it. come on. coach. >> and we're proud to tell you the film made by san joyce whose father-in-law suffered from als. >> another half hour of news coming up. the head of a clinic agrees to name names smrks of them are ones you'll know from the bay area. area. >> active look at them kids. [ sigh ]
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mlb biggest star autos the game just has to clean itself up. >> retired sports columnist gave up the card and right to vote for hall of famers because of the scandal. and continues to be disgusted by inability to police itself. >> the slap on the hand is going to take more than a slap on the hand. maybe a slap across the face if you don't do something drastic and permanent, it's only going to get worse for baseball. >> among those implicated in the latest scandal involving the clinic current pitcher ask both served suspensions last season after testing positive for banned substances. now, they can be suspended again. >> one is for the evidence of the positive tests or use and two is for lying about it.
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>> the man implicated barry bonds, victor conti says he's not surprised. many more stars are involved this time. >> if you notice it's like a life safer, they come in 30 ff's popping in the mouth and have 75 milligrams of testosterone. enough for the daily output. >> levels so low, current testing often doesn't detect it. making them set out is something some fans can't stomach you know why do it again? >> saying if it wants to clean up its act it is the kind of testing that can detect lowest
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levels of banned substances. >> larry, how much information is new? >> it's a mix fwhu is the story that will never go away. baseball has been investigating the link between bio genesis for about a year. what is new is that the founder reached the deal where he will reveal what he sold and to whom. a's pitcher bartolo cologne. then coming back and pitched today and won the game for the a's what. we don't know here is whether this time served will suffice. cologne had to comment.
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baseball pushing for 100 game suspensions. the players association still has to weigh in on all of this. but one difference here is that this generation seems more interested in getting things cleaned up. we went through this. the player union was like no. no. this generation wants to get things cleaned up. >> and are going to have to. >> let's move on tonight money matters. the dow fell more than 200 points today. investors disappointed in the pace of job growth. only 135 new jobs last month and when the economy does recover california is likely to lead the way. the forecast predicted the state unemployment rate drops to 7.7% by the end of next
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year adds the rest of the country continues to slump. treasury department plans to sell another 30 million in shares of general motors. the stock up 19% this year and the government should get at least a billion dollars from the sale. >> an 84-year-old coming forward as winner of the largest power ball jackpot in history. gloria mckenzie spotted after turning in the only ticket that had all of the numbers. mckenzie says another player was nice enough to let her go ahead in line to purchase that very lucky quick pick. she gets just under $371 million before tax autos imagine how that person feels. >> a part of san francisco is springing up everywhere. neighbors say something is missing.
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parks. there is a nice new park in rincon hill. why it is keeping neighbors from using it. in a park the screams of the children fill the air as workers catch rays on their breaks but across town... you'll hear grind asking hammering. 6,000 families live here. you won't hear kids playing. there is a park but hardly anyone knit. >> so make it a public park sooner than later he knows the park wasn't always supposed to be public when built. but negotiations have been slow and the park remains private for residents only. the only space around. >> there are no parks.
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because it used to be railroad tracks, warehouses. and we need a parking. >> sticking part isn't a price. yorn as agreed to build this park then give to it city free. >> recreations and parks is less likely to take ownership at this point. >> the planning department says the department is already strapped and can't afford what neighbors say is about $24,000 a year. he says the city wants it to be public. >> there are other spaces in the city that are privately owned. >> there are still questions but said the deal could happen to bring this nce down. >> when we come back talking to injornts of an mazing
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imagine a computer fitting in your hand and costing less than $50. >> it's remarkable but there is one. it's taking the world by storm. >> yes. checking out the growing interest in this crazy device. >> dangerers and do it yourselfers had plenty of people gawking. the computer had everyone talking. it's called an ardweeno. >> it's in everything. >> this is a single board micro recorder. >> this is a helicopter. >> well, anything. >> so much cool stuff. >> you've got three computer autos san francisco based bicycles built into their bikes. >> so mu going on.
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we're going to have blue tooth. you can track how far it is. >> and sit usually about the size of a credit card but can be scaled down. that means just the basics needed for programming. just a decade ago, people would have to make one of these from scratch. >> 15 minutes, plug things together. >> the first showed up in an italian design school. one of the founders of ardweeno. >> i am constantly finding moments where i will go wow. >> our angle is to take people that have no experience in electronics and make them able
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to create this object and costs less than $50. the goal to keep design simple in order to give people a chance to learn then build on technology themselves. >> if you make it easy to use they can create amazing stuff. so it's more important to take care of the experience. >> very cool. >> coming up next you're going to see how urban graffiti is moving indoors. >> an art project becoming a national trend after ♪
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graffiti is a major problem in most cities but foremost it's becoming quite the opposite tonight the unlikely marriage of spray paint and high tech.
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they spray painted everything. there is nothing quite so bold while people are working there. it's the brazen stuff that could get awe rested but not here. these guys were invited and gina is the chief operating officer at nitro software. a company with a wombat for a mascot. his name is mileo. >> this is unique and that is more reflective of the culture. >> the idea turns out office graffiti becoming a thing in the tech world daniel pan runs the 1:00 a.m. gallery.
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companies looking to hire artist autos i think a lot of the loose abstractness is attractive to them. they can kind of incorporate that with company name or images they have. >> so having a indoor outdoor vibe is great for the feel of the office. >> kind of like a living room yut never want to leave. >> people are making it more residential. and just a place to hang out. >> nathan tam is a former tagger turned mural maker teaching tricks of the trade.
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>> our goal is how koit be a positive thing. >> in this case it's a team exer tis. >> peer just pushing keys and that sort of thing. >> have you learned anything about co-workers? >> jamie is an incredible graffiti artist. >> these classes are so popular, the wall gets repainted almost weekly except nor part. one more way it is coming of age. >> in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> carolyn arrived with cans of paint looking at walls i. >> did not.
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>> notice clouds along the coastline. some low clouds and fog. clouds burning back and looking at sunny conditions, look fr highs 103 in chico. here in the bay area, warming begins tomorrow, high temperatures inland locations starting to push into upper 80s. mid-70s around the bay. here is the accu-weather forecast. this heat spell will peek as highs climb to 98 degrees. and temperatures jump dropping sharply everywhere. we'll be back below average for this time of the year. and you can get information by
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following us on twitter. a lot of information. >> yes. >> thank you. >> okay. we talked about a steroid scandal. >> yes. >> games not knuckled to death. frustrating batter was 60 [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on for two whole years.
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good evening, when thrown properly the knuckle ball can be the slowest, softest most-baffling pitch ever tossed. barry zito on the helm. take a look at greggor blanco. in support of barry zito. trouble in the 5th. they call this a shrug bunt play. it's jay's pitcher faking the
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hit. and dickey eight and a third shutout innings. one of five strikeout victims there is a victim right there. blue jays win it. >> 5th inning for me was achilles he'll today. for me with two outs given a couple hits is -- that would hurt for me allowing just one run, breaks a tie in the 7th. so a's roll 6-1.
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battle of the bay tournament hosted by steve mariucci and hall of fame coach john madden steve mariucci threw out the first pitch it's competitive. >> yes. i can see already. >> where is he? >> going down. >> coach madden brought in ringers this year. >> i very nuns here and they're on my side, is that you can't lose. >> they call themselves nun
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better. >> i was an altar boy. >> see? it all comes out. >> what is up with the men in skirts? >> we wear skirts to recognize our heritage. heritage. >> right. >> you're italian. >> sorry. no, it's irish. no. sorry. scottish. yes. yes. >> real winners are the charities it's a great nearly $4 million over that time. we'd do a lot for special olympics. >> it doesn't get any better than that. >> you see nuns were on to shu
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quickly. i thought that is clear this, sports report brought to you by orchard supply hardware. a's didn't sweep they lost. >> 16 of 19. >> yes. >> still thinking about shu as an altar boy. >> yes. it doesn't go together. >> yes. >> thank you. >> energy drinks like a long list of ingredients but do those additives work? what is giving you a boost? >> and medical marijuana for sick pets. is this effective or bad medicine? >> ask tonight's prime time line up starts with the middle, then family tools and modern family. then how to live with your parents for the rest of your life then, the lookout. >> but that does it nor edition of abc 7 news, thanks for joining us.
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>> from all of us here, we appreciate your time. we'll see you at 9:00 and 11:00. war on crime,
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the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the detectives of the major case squad. these are their stories. i had those two interviews, but i haven't heard back.